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DETERMINATION OF VISCOSITIES OF SOME SELECTED LIQUIDS USING STOKE’S METHOD

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ABSTRACT

Viscosity is a property of a liquid and is defined as the resistance of a liquid toflow. This research is to determine the viscosities of motor oils (10w – 40w, 20w –50w), vegetable oil and honey using the fall sphere method. The viscosity of honeywith 4.44Ns/m2was found to be the highest and that of vegetable oil having a valueof 0.002861Ns/m2  is termed the lowest. The viscosities of motor oils (20W-50W )and (10W-40W) were found to be 0.00468Ns/m2  and 0.00374Ns/m2  respectivelyshowing that motor oil ( 20W – 50W) is  preferable for lubrication due to its highviscosity. 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter Title Page

Title page - - - - - - - - ii

Dedication  - - - - - - - - iii

Acknowledgement  - - - - - - iv

Abstract         - - - - - - -      -             v  

Table of content  - - - - - - - vi -vii 

1.0.  CHAPTER ONE : INTRODUCTION

 1.1. Background of the study - - - - - 1 – 7 

1.2. Aim of the study  - - - - - - 7

1.3. Objective of the study  - - - - - 7

2.0. CHAPTER TWO : LITERATURE REVIEW 

2.1. Literature Review  - - - - - - 8 – 14 

2.2. Stoke’s law  - - - - - -           15 – 16

 2.3. Application of viscosity  - - - - - 16 – 27 

3.0. CHAPTER THREE: MATERIALS AND METHOD

 3.1. Materials  - - - - - - - 28 3.2. Methods - - - - - - - 28 – 29 

4.0. CHAPTER FOUR: ANALYSIS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

 4.1. Analysis and Result - - - - - 30 – 35 

vii4.2. Discussion  - - - - - - - 35 – 36

 5.0. CHAPTER FIVE: CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1. Conclusion  - - - - - - - 37

5.2. Recommendation  - - - - - - 37

References - - - - - - - - - 38 – 39 

DETERMINATION OF VISCOSITIES OF SOME SELECTED LIQUIDS USING STOKE’S METHOD

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Project ID PHY0027
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    No of Pages 45 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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